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's tabloids really operated and cozy relations of his editors with tom law enforcement officials and revelations stemming from charges of phone bribe bribery. >> accused of snooping for snoops by eavesdropping. >> it will be fascinating to hear what comes out of it. it changed how the tabloid media operated in great britain. >> the court was told the "news of the world" paid private investigator in excess of 100,000 pounds a year for his hacking duties. prosecutors say this must have required high level approval. >> a source whose credibility has been challenged. we'll look at a story and that source and how it has become a political football. plus, an intense exchange between two journalistic heavy weights. bill keller of "the new york times" and glenn greenwald of the guardian square off. and if you thought to start a new 24-hour cable channel, you might not promote it like this. ♪ >> those were actors but that was the debut of fusion tv. a new news outlet showing more of "glee" as it appeals to a diverse generation of young viewers. i'm david folkenflik and this is "reliable
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